SKiM - Annual Progress Report 2020
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Akmal Akramkhanov, Valerio Graziano, Murat Sartas, Ramya Kulkarni, Enrico Bonaiuti. (31/12/2020). SKiM - Annual Progress Report 2020.
Knowledge sharing and management for public institutions, as well as NGOs, community-based organizations and the private sector, is a key element to ensure appropriate dissemination and maintenance of knowledge and to build the capacity and development effectiveness in rural areas. Lessons-learned and scaling-up of results for enhanced impact in agricultural development must be undertaken to ensure that knowledge gaps are identified, and then filled, so that public institutions and organizations in-country can benefit and grow the required capacities for long-term knowledge management. This grant project, led by the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) together with its international partners Virginia Tech, CIHEAM-Bari, PROCASUR and national partners in Moldova, Morocco, Sudan, was signed in June 2018. The project facilitates and supports knowledge management and capacity development activities in three selected countries (with the possibility of extending to an additional two). Increasing the capacities of participating public institutions in this work by providing necessary structures and systems at a country and regional level will ensure that knowledge being developed can be effectively managed for longer-term growth and development. The project website was created with related information at https://mel.cgiar.org/projects/738. This website describes background information, project team in more details, partners and stakeholders engaged, key documents and proposal, goals and objectives, impact pathway, focus countries, resources uploaded on website, news and events calendar.